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1957 Chevrolet 1/2 ton Frame

JTS HOT ROD GARAGE 4-9-2014 008 JTS HOT ROD GARAGE 4-9-2014 007 JTS HOT ROD GARAGE 4-9-2014 009 JTS HOT ROD GARAGE 4-9-2014 010 JTS HOT ROD GARAGE 4-9-2014 012 JTS HOT ROD GARAGE 4-9-2014 011 JTS HOT ROD GARAGE 4-9-2014 013 JTS HOT ROD GARAGE 4-9-2014 014 JTS HOT ROD GARAGE 4-9-2014 001 JTS HOT ROD GARAGE 4-9-2014 008 JTS HOT ROD GARAGE 4-9-2014 002 JTS HOT ROD GARAGE 4-9-2014 003 JTS HOT ROD GARAGE 4-9-2014 004 JTS HOT ROD GARAGE 4-9-2014 005 JTS HOT ROD GARAGE 4-9-2014 006 JTS HOT ROD GARAGE 4-9-2014 007This is a job I did recently for a customer. He brought in a bare frame for his 1957 Chevrolet 1/2 ton pick-up. The Camaro clip was already in place. I assembled and installed the steering and suspension. This included new ball joints, tie rods, center link, p/s box, pittman arm, idler arm, springs, shocks, and spindles. Next I installed new brake rotors, bearings, seals, calipers, and brake pads. On the back I installed a new TCI leaf spring kit, a Camaro 10 bolt axle, shocks, and a rear disc brake kit. This kit included new rotors, pads, e-brake calipers, e-brake cables, and brake hoses. Since these photos were uploaded, the rear calipers are painted red and the rears shocks have been installed. This is a great foundation for his truck.

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  1. JT

    Thanks for looking.

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